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Exploring New Institutional and Governance Models for Integrated Mobility (GA)OCT 2017Rich Weaver/Zach Smith

​Public transportation agencies across the country are leveraging improvements in transportation technology and redefining   how their agencies manage mobility. The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) is working to ensure that these new mobility services are accessible to all riders and connect them to essential services that include: employment, healthcare, education, and recreation. To support these efforts, The National Center for Mobility Management (NCMM) hosted a peer exchange with transit systems to develop scenarios for governance and institutional models for these integrated mobility concepts. These peer exchanges are intended to be a forum for transit agencies to look at how different mobility management scenarios could evolve, identify opportunities to develop and implement concepts such as Mobility as a Service (MaaS), and to build a framework of strategies and scenarios to guide transit agencies within this new mobility ecosystem. ​Minutes from the Peer Exchange are available here.​ 

Transportation Transformation Summit addresses future of mobility in Denver (CO)SEPT 2018Bill Sirois
On September 13, 2018, RTD hosted Transportation Transformation, a half-day summit to discuss the agency’s role and intentions in addressing the future of mobility in the Denver metro region. As innovative technologies like bike-sharing, micromobility, and ride sourcing services are changing the way people get around, RTD is taking a proactive approach to participate in how these evolving trends are creating new and expanded opportunities for public transportation. Over 125 regional transportation mobility partners attended the event to engage in a conversation about mobility trends and the current state of practice, local projects underway in Denver, and RTD’s plans to lead a regional initiative to determine how public transportation will integrate with Denver’s changing mobility landscape. ​View highlights from the breakouts and the entire summit (VIDEO) here​>> 
Mobility Summit: King County Metro Futures Cabinet (WA) 11/2/2018Tessa McClellan

​New Mobility thought leaders convened in Seattle in November 2018. Leaders across the region gathered to explore how emerging technologies and new mobility options can improve urban transportation and to tackle the tough challenges associated with implementing smart mobility policies and projects. View Presentations and a video from the summit >> 

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